Okay, how many of you have ever seen or used a disposable baby bottle liner? And what have you put, or seen put, into the liners? Milk, right? Well, guess what? Milk isn’t the only thing you can put into the liners.
In fact, you can put any liquid into them, and they are perfect for freezing any leftover liquids you have that you might want to use later. This is true of the liner bags, not the drop-in type liners that look like cups (they can’t be sealed at the top).
Think about that for a moment. If you have any type of leftover liquid, such as chicken broth, buttermilk, or any thing else you can cook with, and for whatever reason you’d rather not save them in an ice cube tray, then use a bottle liner.
Each liner will hold up to 8 ounces, and most are even marked with measurement lines! How great is that? You can easily see how much you are storing because of the measurements right on the liners.
After filling a liner and sealing the open end, you can place it in the freezer. The best place is in the freezer door compartment, where it can be stood up while it freezes, so the contents don’t spill out.
When you are ready to use the frozen contents, the liner will easily pull away from the frozen liquid, so you can thaw it in the microwave or on the stove. But never place the liner itself in the microwave.
Now, whenever you have leftover liquids, you can easily save them instead of dumping them down the drain by freezing leftover liquids.